Thursday, January 11, 2007

Melt Aways

This post is for a friends sister. She looks at our Blog often (Never leaving a comment) but has asked her sister many times why I haven't posted the melt away recipe. Well here it is Julie. By the way in our family we really call the Melt Away... Julie Cookies because my cousin Julie gave us the recipe and makes them every year.
Melt Aways
2 cups all-purpose flour
1 cup margarine or butter (softened)
1/3 cup heavy cream
Mix the ingredients into a dough and chill for an hour. Roll out half at a time to 1/8" thick and cut into 1 1/2" rounds. Carefully dip both sides of cookie in sugar and place on ungreased baking sheets lined with parchment paper. Poke with a fork 4 times and bake 7-9 min. at 375 F. When cool fill with filling and sandwich together.

Creamy filling:
3 cups powdered sugar
4 teaspoons vanilla
1 cup margarine or butter
food color if desired

Mix all filling ingredients until smooth and fluffy. I've found this amount of frosting will do a double batch of wafers.
These cookies take time to make but are worth it. They really do melt in your mouth!!


Retro Girl said...

Ooooh these look yummy! :-)
Great pictures too!

Thanks for stopping by my 'place' and the vote of confidence! *hugs*

Your blog template is so cute!

Susie said...

These look absolutely delish. I've copied down the recipe which I will add to my collection of ones to try..

Rachel said...

I've made these before a long time ago, but yours are so much prettier! It was worth your effort!

Sharon said...

Good grief! Don't you know that I am trying to misplace those holiday pounds that I found. I'm drooling and will probably have to give it a try. Wouldn't these make nifty little valentine cookies? Maybe that will be my excuse.

Lilli said...

Be still my heart! These look good :)

Teeny Tiny cabin said...

These cookies look sooooo good! I would love to make them for Valentines Day too! Thanks for stopping by the TTC and for your very kind comments!

Anonymous said...

She forgot to mention that she wanted the recipe as well!!!:) I can't wait to make them!!!THANKS AGAIN!!Julie

Gillian Hamilton said...

Laurie we call these 'melting moments' in Australia.. useless bit of information for you.. LOL!
Now I am sooooo hungry... I love how you have coloured the cream centres, never seen anyone do that, they look even more yummy with coloured Cream filling.. {she says as her tummy rumbles}

PEA said...

Yum Yum Yum!! They do look so delicious and as if I don't make enough cookies for Christmas as it is, I will have to try these too! lol Thanks so much for sharing the recipe!! Hugs xox